Cleanroom - Clothing & Accessories

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CleanMax® cleanroom gown | sterile
CleanMax® cleanroom gown | not sterile
CleanMax® clean room shoe covers | sterile
CleanMax® clean room shoe covers | not sterile
CleanMax® cleanroom hood | sterile
CleanMax® cleanroom hood | not sterile
CleanMax® Cleanroom sleeves | sterile
CleanMax® Cleanroom Sleeves | not sterile

Cleanroom suits

As an experienced manufacturer and supplier of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and We offer comprehensive advice and individual service for protective clothing. Our team in Germany is ready to advise you and find the right clothing for you specific requirements. We understand the importance of cleaning and Disinfection in these sensitive areas and therefore offer products that do this To fit in requirements.


What is a cleanroom suit?

A cleanroom suit is special work clothing designed for cleanrooms is to retain particles and ensure the sterility of the environment. He is abrasion-resistant and designed for use in sensitive work areas.

Which cleanroom classes are there?

Cleanrooms are divided into classes A, B, C and D, with class A being the most stringent has purity requirements. This classification is particular in the pharmaceutical industry relevant.

What to consider when choosing the right cleanroom suit observe?

Choose a suit that meets the specific cleanliness requirements of your cleanroom corresponds. Pay attention to material, comfort, fit, sterility, durability, Protective features and certifications.
  • Cleanroom class and contamination control: Choose a suit that meets your specific cleanliness requirements Cleanroom corresponds. The ISO classification (ISO 1 to ISO 9) indicates how clean the air must be in a clean room. The suit should be designed to... Minimizes particle release and meets required purity standards.
  • Material and permeability: The material of the suit should be tailored to the work environment. It should be resistant to the specific chemicals or substances with where you work while providing adequate breathability. Materials like Tyvek or microporous laminates are common options.
  • Comfort and fit: The suit should be comfortable and allow good freedom of movement as this is the Improved productivity and safety compliance. Watch out on features such as elastic cuffs, adjustable waist and ergonomic Fit.
  • Sterility: For certain applications, such as in the pharmaceutical industry or in sterile Research environments, cleanroom suits must be sterile. Check whether the suit can be sterilized or whether it is delivered already sterile.
  • Durability and resilience: The suit should be durable enough to meet your needs To withstand the working environment without compromising safety or cleanliness affect.
  • Disposable vs. reusable: Decide whether disposable or reusable suits are more suitable for your application are. Disposable suits are practical when constant sterility is required, while reusable suits can be more cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
  • Additional protection features: Depending on the work environment, additional protective features such as Liquid repellency, antistatic properties or protection against blood-borne pathogens may be required.
  • Certifications and standards: Make sure the suit has all relevant safety and security features Quality standards met, such as the CE marking or specific ASTM standards.
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